Marvelous vs. Marvellous - What's the difference?

Wikipedia

  • Marvellous

    Marvellous is a British drama television film that was first broadcast on BBC Two on 25 September 2014. The ninety minute film, directed by Julian Farino and written by Peter Bowker, is about the life of Neil Baldwin, from Westlands in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire.Baldwin, who is an honorary graduate of Keele University, was appointed as Stoke City Football Club's kit-man by the manager Lou Macari in the 1990s. Baldwin's autobiography, Marvellous: Neil Baldwin – My Story, was published in hardback in 2015.

Wiktionary

  • Marvelous (adjective)

    Exciting wonder or surprise; astonishing; wonderful.

    "I went to a marvelous party last week."

  • Marvellous (adjective)

    Exciting wonder or surprise; astonishing; wonderful.

    "I went to a marvellous party last week."

Oxford Dictionary

  • Marvellous (adjective)

    causing great wonder; extraordinary

    "these marvellous technological toys are fun to play with"

  • Marvellous (adjective)

    extremely good or pleasing; splendid

    "you have done a marvellous job"

Webster Dictionary

  • Marvelous (adjective)

    Exciting wonder or surprise; astonishing; wonderful.

  • Marvelous (adjective)

    Partaking of the character of miracle, or supernatural power; incredible; so improbable as to defy belief.

  • Marvellous

    Marvelous.

Princeton's WordNet

  • Marvelous (adjective)

    extraordinarily good; used especially as intensifiers;

    "a fantastic trip to the Orient"

    "the film was fantastic!"

    "a howling success"

    "a marvelous collection of rare books"

    "had a rattling conversation about politics"

    "a tremendous achievement"

  • Marvelous (adjective)

    too improbable to admit of belief;

    "a tall story"

  • Marvelous (adjective)

    being or having the character of a miracle

  • Marvellous (adjective)

    extraordinarily good; used especially as intensifiers;

    "a fantastic trip to the Orient"

    "the film was fantastic!"

    "a howling success"

    "a marvelous collection of rare books"

    "had a rattling conversation about politics"

    "a tremendous achievement"

  • Marvellous (adjective)

    being or having the character of a miracle

  • Marvellous (adjective)

    too improbable to admit of belief;

    "a tall story"

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